| A New Approach to Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa In this work a new dynamics is developed which can be formulated for all reference frames, inertial and non-inertial, and which establishes the existence of a new force of Nature Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| Principle of Conservation - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a new principle of conservation for frontal elastic collisions, which can be applied in any inertial reference frame. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 4 | |

| Principle of Relativity - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a principle of relativity, which states that the laws of physics should only have the same form in all non-rotating reference frames. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 3 | |

| Central Reference Frame - Alejandro A. Torassa In this paper a reference frame is presented, which can be used by any observer (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) to describe the behavior (motion) of a system of particles without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| A New Principle of Least Action - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a new principle of least action which is invariant under transformations between reference frames and which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| On Reference Frames - Alejandro A. Torassa In this work it is established, on one hand, that any reference frame should be fixed to a body and, on the other hand, that it is possible to agree that any reference frame fixed to a body should be non-rotating Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| On the Classical Mechanics of Particles III - Alejandro A. Torassa This work presents a new dynamics which can be formulated for all reference frames, inertial and non-inertial Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| Universal Reference Frame - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents the universal reference frame. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 6 | |

| On New Laws of Motion for a Particle in Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This work presents new laws of motion for a particle in classical mechanics, which can be applied in any non-rotating reference frame (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 8 | |

| A New Formulation of Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This work presents a new dynamics which can be formulated for all reference frames, inertial and non-inertial. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 7 | |

| Angular Kinetic Energy - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents an alternative equation to calculate the angular kinetic energy of a particle which describes a circular motion. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 2 | |

| Is the principle of energy a tautology ? - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper shows that it is possible to obtain the principle of energy starting from the acceleration of a particle. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| A Group of Invariant Equations - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a group of equations, which are invariant under transformations between reference frames. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| Principle of Least Angular Action - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents the principle of least angular action. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 2 | |

| A New Equation of Motion for a Particle in Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This work presents a new equation of motion for a particle in classical mechanics, which can be applied in any non-rotating reference frame (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 8 | |

| Classical Mechanics (Principle of Energy) - Alejandro A. Torassa On the principle of energy in classical mechanics. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 9 | |

| A New Principle of Conservation of Energy - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a new principle of conservation of energy which is invariant under transformations between reference frames and which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| Principle of Relativity - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a principle of relativity, which states that the laws of physics should only have the same form in all non-rotating reference frames. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 9 | |

| Angular Magnitudes - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents alternative definitions of angular magnitudes. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 2 | |

| Linear Magnitudes - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents definitions of linear magnitudes from vector magnitudes. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| Classical Mechanics: Particles and Biparticles - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper considers the existence of biparticles and presents a general equation of motion, which can be applied in any non-rotating reference frame (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 7 | |

| A Definition of Work - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a definition of work, which can be used in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| General Equation of Motion - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a general equation of motion, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 6 | |

| Classical Mechanics (General Definitions) - Alejandro A. Torassa Classical Mechanics (General Definitions) Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 8 | |

| Angular Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents an angular classical mechanics, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 4 | |

| Moment of Inertia - Alejandro A. Torassa In this paper an equation to calculate the moment of inertia of a system of biparticles is presented. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| Linear Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a linear classical mechanics, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| A Linear Equation of Motion - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a linear equation of motion, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 3 | |

| Is the principle of least action a tautology ? - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper shows that it is possible to obtain the principle of least action starting from the acceleration of a particle. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 2 | |

| Classical Mechanics (Diagram) - Alejandro A. Torassa Net forces diagram on reference frames. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 9 | |

| On Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa In this work a new dynamics is developed, which is valid for all observers, and which establishes, among other things, the existence of a new universal force of interaction, called kinetic force, which balances the remaining forces acting on a body. In this new dynamics, the motion of a body is not determined by the forces acting on it; instead, the body itself determines its own motion, since as a result of such motion it exerts over all other bodies the kinetic force which is necessary to keep... Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 10 | |

| The Principle of Conservation of Energy - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a new principle of conservation of energy which is invariant under transformations between reference frames and which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 3 | |

| Alternative Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents an alternative classical mechanics, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 6 | |

| A Scalar Equation of Motion - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a scalar equation of motion, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| Angular Mechanical Energy - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents the principle of conservation of the angular mechanical energy for a particle which moves in a uniform force field. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 1 | |

| Angular Potential Energy - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents an equation to calculate the angular potential energy of a particle. Keywords: Classical Mechanics | |

| Classical Dynamics of Biparticles - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a classical dynamics of biparticles, which can be applied in any non-rotating reference frame (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 6 | |

| General Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a general classical mechanics which is invariant under transformations between reference frames and which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 7 | |

| Classical Dynamics of Particles - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a classical dynamics of particles, which can be applied in any inertial reference frame. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 8 | |

| Classical Mechanics (Basic Papers: A brief review) - Alejandro A. Torassa Classical Mechanics (Basic Papers: A brief review) Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 9 | |

| Universal Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a universal classical mechanics, which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 3 | |

| On the Classical Mechanics of Particles II - Alejandro A. Torassa This work presents a new dynamics which can be formulated for all reference frames, inertial and non-inertial Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 6 | |

| A New System of Equations in Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a new system of equations which is invariant under transformations between reference frames and which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| A Principle of Conservation of Relational Energy - Alejandro A. Torassa In classical mechanics, this paper presents a principle of conservation of relational energy which can be applied in any reference frame without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 6 | |

| A Reformulation of Classical Mechanics - Alejandro A. Torassa This paper presents a reformulation of classical mechanics which is invariant under transformations between reference frames and which can be applied in any reference frame (rotating or non-rotating) (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces. Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 9 | |

| Papers - Alejandro A. Torassa All Papers Keywords: Classical Mechanics Downloads: 5 | |

| Mechanics for Beginners - Isaac Todhunter
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| Physics I- Classical Mechanics - One Dimensional Kinematics Non-Constant Acceleration - Peter Dourmashkin When the acceleration is a non-constant function, we would like to know how the x-component of the velocity changes for a time interval !t = [0, t]. Since the acceleration is non-constant we cannot simply multiply the acceleration by the time interval. We shall calculate the change in the x-component of the velocity for a small time interval !ti " [ti , ti +1] and sum over these results. We then take the limit as the time intervals become very small and the summation becomes an integral of the x... Keywords: Physics; Classical Mechanics; Physics Downloads: 14 | |

| Physics I- Classical Mechanics with an Experimental Focus- Strobe a Falling Ball - Peter Dourmashkin;Kate Scholberg In class on Friday, Mark dropped the ball as a strobe light �ashed on it and a photographic exposure was taken of the ball�s drop. The frequency of the strobe was 20 Hertz, or 20 times per second. There_fore the time between �ashes was 1/20 = 0.05 seconds. The distance between the white lines on the background board was 25 cm. We now have enough information to calculate the magnitude of the acceleration of gravity from the photograph! Keywords: Physics; Classical Mechanics; Physics Downloads: 9 | |

| Physics I- Classical Mechanics - Momentum and The Flow of Mass - Peter Dourmashkin So far we have restricted ourselves to considering systems consisting of discrete objects or point-like objects that have fixed amounts of mass. We shall now consider systems in which material flows between the objects in the system, for example we shall consider coal falling from a hopper into a moving railroad car, sand leaking from railroad car fuel, grain moving forward into a railroad car, and fuel ejected from the back of a rocket, In each of these examples material is continuously flows i... Keywords: Physics; Classical Mechanics; Physics Downloads: 11 | |